Brainstorming Antifragility 20192012 – Members Only

Brainstorming Antifragility 20192012 - Members Only

Whenever you try to do something decent, terrible people will work diligently to destroy your efforts. To accomplish anything decent then, you have to be prepared for those disruptions. Preferably, you’ll want to anticipate those attacks, and use them to your benefit.

One term that I’ve been hearing a lot about lately is “Antifragility” which I heard for the first time in the custody of the Albemarle Charlottesville Regional Jail. This term, as best as I can tell, was coined by an author named Nassim Nicholas Taleb, in a book titled Antifragile: Things That Gain from Disorder. I read about this book in Vox Day’s SJWs Always Lie: Taking Down the Thought Police (The Laws of Social Justice Book 1).

After reading both of those books in jail, “Antifragile” became a regular part of my vocabulary, and from there I began seeing it in more frequent use in the common parlance.

I’ve been operating in this mode for years, and recent adversity has tested my capacity. I’ve learned a great deal, and today I took the time to contemplate what I’ve learned out loud, for your listening enjoyment.


Author: SurrealPolitiks

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